Punk or punks may refer to:

  • Punk rock, a music genre originating in the 1970s associated with various subgenres
  • Punk subculture, a subculture associated with punk rock
    • Punk fashion, clothing styles associated with the punk subculture
    • Punk ideologies, a group of social and political beliefs associated with the punk subculture
    • Punk literature, writings produced by the punk subculture
    • Punk visual art, artwork associated with the punk subculture
    • Punk film, film artwork associated with the punk subculture and music
  • Cyberpunk or one of its various derivative literary genres

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James Spooner
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Famous quotes containing the word punk:

    When there’s no future
    How can there be sin
    We’re the flowers in the dustbin
    We’re the poison in your human machine
    We’re the future
    Your future
    God Save the Queen
    The Sex Pistols, British punk band (1976-1979)